Pichaikkaran 2 Movie Watch online free : Pichaikkaran 2 is not rich enough, but can't be ignored right away

Pichaikkaran 2 Movie Review : Pichaikkaran 2 is not rich enough, but can't be ignored right away

Pichaikkaran 2 Movie Synopsis: After suffering from illicit brain surgery, a poor man with a troubled background is forced to live in the shoes of a wealthy tycoon.

Pichaikkaran 2 Movie Review: Following the success of Pichaikkaran, Vijay Antony is back with Pichaikkaran, where he once again wears many hats behind the camera. The main letdown is that there are so few of them, even though there are a few mass moments that work, like in the opening portion. In contrast to its predecessor, Pichaikkaran 2, this sequel departs from reality rather early on. The plot primarily centers on brain transplanting and other surreal events that leave viewers feeling a little disengaged.

One of the top ten richest men in India, Vijay Gurumoorthy (Vijay Antony), is betrayed by his minions who want to dominate him by implanting the brain of a helpless, destitute man into his body. Sathya (Vijay Antony), who has been looking for his sister since he was a young child, is the real poor man. After serving time as a juvenile prisoner, Sathya emerges with the intention of killing the man who caused him to be separated from his sister.

Sathya, who has spent the majority of his life behind bars, is compelled against his choice to live in Vijay Gurumurthy's circumstances. Can he reveal the truth, track down his sister, and achieve lasting peace?

It is admirable that Vijay Antony wants to develop a movie that would help the poor members of society. Few conversations that draw attention to the predicament of those people are effective. But despite the excuses, as the movie goes on, it becomes overly ambitious and veers slightly from the plot. The majority of the story's captivating screenplay is crammed into the first half by director Vijay Antony, leaving us even wondering how the plot will develop after the break.
The movie succeeds in making us watch the entire thing, if not remain, in awe of its magnificence. Another thing to note is that the majority of the movie's segments were shot on green mat with a lot of VFX. 
 This might be effective for certain people and may appeal to some movie buffs. However, it's commendable that the crew made enough of an effort to at least try and deliver something respectable. In Tamil cinema, the flashback scenes that deal with brother-sister relationships are typically overdone, yet due to the way they have been presented here, they occasionally succeed. The anti-Bikili philosophy that appears in the second part is also noteworthy since it addresses some pressing problems including starvation, poverty, and a lack of access to healthcare.

With regard to his acting, Vijay Antony hasn't tried anything new, yet he manages to keep the mood and accomplish the tasks required for this movie with his expressions and approach. 
The first half's antagonists are decent enough, and Kavya Thapar, the female lead, has done her part nicely. The film's development is immediately strengthened by the cinematography and background score. Furthermore, Vijay Antony's editing is precise and elegant.
Overall, Pichaikkaran 2 almost holds our interest for an average viewing time without actually begging for it.

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